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Greg Davies "Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog"

Saturday 21st May 2011

Perth Concert Hall, 20:00

This event was part of the 2011 Festival Programme.

With support

Award winning comedian Greg Davies has made regular appearances on numerous TV Shows including: '8 Out Of 10 Cats' (Channel 4), 'Mock The Week' (BBC Two), 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' (BBC Two), 'The World Stands Up', 'Edinburgh and Beyond' and 'The Comedy Store' (all Comedy Central). And can currently be seen appearing as a team captain on the new BBC One show Ask Rhod Gilbert.
Greg's acting credits include the role of Mr Gilbert in three series of the British Comedy Award-winning 'The Inbetweeners' (E4) as well as 'Saxondale' (BBC Two), in which he played opposite Steve Coogan, 'The Adam and Shelley Show' (BBC Three) and 'Katy Brand's Big Ass Show' (ITV2).
In August this year Greg took his first, eagerly anticipated, solo show ‘Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog’ to the Edinburgh fringe to huge critical acclaim, receiving an Edinburgh Comedy (formerly Perrier) Award nomination. Greg subsequently embarked on a full national tour of the show in eth autumn.
Greg is also one third of the anarchically brilliant sketch act 'We Are Klang', who have performed four critically acclaimed sell-out Edinburgh Festival shows and in 2006 were nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award. With We Are Klang Greg wrote and starred in the groups own sitcom series for BBC Three. In spring 2007 Klang wrote and performed their own radio show for BBC7 and returned to appear on Paramount Comedy Channel’s 'Edinburgh & Beyond' stand up series for their second consecutive year.
“This hilarious show about seizing life's funny moments is a near-perfect Fringe hour.”
Dominic Maxwell, The Times

“One of the funniest but also one of the most unexpectedly moving shows on the Fringe.”
Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

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